I was a little skeptical when i first bought this, but let me say, even for a beginning/intermediate poler such as myself, it made a load of difference. The first time i put it on, i was completely shocked at how strong and secure i felt on the pole. First thing i tried was just a whole body lift that i could only hold for a split second before i purchased iTac. I assumed I couldn't hold the pose longer because I wasn't strong enough, turns out, my grip wasn't strong enough. If you are using the spinning pole, this is basically the best invention known to poling-mankind. I will admit that it's not great for a static pole if you are trying to spin around it. Your hands are basically glued to the pole and it's hard to complete even a full rotation when the pole is static. This product also works great for inner-thighs and shins. I would definitely recommend this for anyone who is trying to better they skills on a spinning pole. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!
I gave this product a three because how much you will like it depends on what your grip problem is. I know girls in my dance studio who swear by this stuff. They are usually the girls who aren't as physically strong or who's skin is on the dry side. If you are like me and the issue is sweaty hands and feet (for cupid stand ups) this product doesn't help much. Immediately after application you are practically glued to the pole (as in I can't do any spins because my hand is stuck) and then it starts transferring to the pole and I start sweating through the product. Now that it is no longer on my hands or feet where I want it I can't grip the pole because I'm sweaty again! The other down side is that now that it's on the pole I start gripping too much during inversions in places I wasn't having a problem with in the first place (inner thighs, pocket, etc.). In summary if you are sweaty like me try Dry Hands. Also I was have a lot more issues on my home pole than at the studio and found that if the room is too cool cold sweat makes the grip issue worse so a $15 space heater helped a lot as well! If sweat isn't your grip issue this product is probably what you are looking for.
I've been using iTac level 2 for six months now and I cannot get on the pole without this stuff. Level 2 is perfect for a mixture of dancing and tricks, anymore grip and the spins might not look so smooth. I've tried other grip aids, but I keep going back to this stuff.
So my instructor brought this stuff to class and suggested that I give it a try. Im telling you, you're not coming off the pole with this stuff. Make sure than when you apply it you wait a couple of minutes before poling, or you will leave a really sticky residue over the pole. It will leave a little reside on the pole anyway with using this stuff, but not as bad. You can place it anywhere on your skin and your hands. If you are working on spins, level 2 and up is definitely not for you. The point of level 2 iTac is to help you with your grip and leg holds. I use a 45mm pole at the studio, but I bought a 40mm pole for home practice. I was having a really hard time with my leg holds because the diameter is about a half inch smaller. A little bit of this iTac2 has gone a long way for me in the studio and at home. I highly recommend this product!
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